Rough Country Dual Steering Stabilizer

  1. Rough Country Suspensions

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    Reduce bump steer while improving control and handling with Rough Country’s Dual Steering Stabilizer for Jeep JL! This easy-to-install upgrade helps tame your larger aftermarket tires for a more pleasant driving experience both on and off-road.

    Steering stabilizers are designed to restrain "bump steering" and front end vibration, giving added life to tires, ball joints, and other steering components and are highly recommended for vehicles running aftermarket tires. The durable 18mm chrome hardened piston rod and large-bodied cylinder dwarfs factory equipment, ensuring a more effective vibration damping each and every time you take to the trails.

    Rough Country’s Dual Steering Stabilizer kit is easy to install, with a 100% bolt-on installation process that can be installed in a home garage with common tools.

    Features
    • Easy bolt-on installation.
    • Improves control and handling.
    • Reduces tie rod and ball joint wear and tear.
    • Chrome hardened 9/16-inch piston rod
    Notes
    - IMPORTANT
    • 2.5” or bigger suspension lift required.
    • Does NOT fit stock height models.

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    Explain the difference between this and the normal single stabilizer
     
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    The dual kit offers more dampening over the single setup. I would say if you are running 35s on a 10in wide wheel the single is great but if you go taller than the 35 or wider than 10in wide wheels I would go for the dual setup since it will have more dampening abilities to help absorb the large bumps and suck in the road.
     
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    I'm running 35x12.5x17

    Was about to pull the trigger on the single, but I'm wondering what the differences in my setup would be.
     
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    With a 35 you honestly won't be able to tell a whole lot of difference between the dual and single setup other than the look.
     
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    Yeah, save the weight.
     
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    Sounds good. Single it is then
     
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    image.jpg I'm happy with it, helped my drifting issue. It came super quick and 50.00 bucks. The king is 250.00 ouch
     
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    Will this work with Mopar 2" lift kit. I got 37" Nitto Hybrids on mine with Mopar lift. Will this improve any on the handling. As I feel too much play in the steering wheel.
     
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    It will work with that. Have you had your alignment checked and checked the air pressure in the tires?
     
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    #11 Jan 25, 2019
    Last edited: Jan 25, 2019
    I was having early mileage issues with drifting and wandering with the factory steering stab. So I put on the RC steering stabilizer. It seemed to improve the issues I was having, but after a few months things got worse than the stock, it’s basically worthless, major bump steer, lots of movement in the steering wheel, drifting wandering. What a mess.
    Tossed that in the trash installed the king and all my steering issues went away. Let’s see how long the King lasts...
     
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    My wife has this setup on hers. We really didn't need the dual setup, but our original one got damaged by a rock. I wasn't going to spend the money to put another one in the stock location.

    The steering is firmer, it relocated the stabilizers over the tie rod where they are less likely to get damaged, and it looks cool :like:
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